.:. Manger ou pas avant une activité physique .:. . 🍌 Pour ce qui est de manger, je dirai que juste avant de pratiquer quelque soit l'activité (dans les 30 minutes qui suivent), je conseillerai plus d'ingérer une pâte de fruit, une boisson isotonique, quelque chose que le corps puisse assimilé rapidement afin de ne pas provoquer un afflux sanguin dans l'estomac pour le digérer. Un repas plus complet 1h voir 1h30 avant, mais rien de trop "lourd" afin de ne pas l'avoir dans l'estomac lors de la course par exemple . . 👄 Lorsque le corps ingère quoi que ce soit, un afflux sanguin sera amené dans l'estomac pour digérer les aliments les plus dur à casser pour être assimilé dans l'organisme, c'est pourquoi on se sent fatigué, lourd, et que logiquement, la plupart des personnes font une sieste après le repas (surtout pendant les repas de famille, on voit tout le monde dormir après le déjeuner sur le canapé devant la série de l'après-midi, le dimanche) . . ❤️ Et bien sur, pendant une activité physique, le rythme cardiaque augmente, le coeur bats plus, pour pouvoir amener plus rapidement une plus grosse quantité de sang oxygéné, aux muscles, afin d'éviter ce que l'on appelle l'acide lactique et qui amène aux crampes et à la fatigue musculaire. Donc il est important, lors d'une activité physique de ne pas trop manger, pour ne pas se sentir lourd, et prévenir les lésions musculaires qu'il pourrait y avoir . . 🙅♂️ Il ne faut pas non plus partir en activité physique le ventre vide, car le corps a quand même besoin d'energie et pour avoir de l'energie il a besoin de carburant. C'est pour ça qu'il est préconisé de manger une pâte de fruit, boire une boisson isotonique (que vous pouvez faire vous même grâce à la recette que vous trouverez sur la page de @supertrainers) et vous serez paré pour une belle performance ! . Merci encore pour votre soutien, dis moi ton avis en commentaire et je te dis à la prochaine pour le
Book Review: 4⭐️ . . The Last Collection: A story of Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started to flip through the pages, but this book pleasantly surprised me. Travel back in time to Paris in 1938, where Lily, newly widowed, comes across the ocean from New York to Paris to visit her brother. Paris at this time is bathed in fashion. The couturiers are flourishing and fashion dictates everything—what you did, where you went, how you shopped and lived. Fashion set the stage for the whole world and in 1938 Paris was the center of it all. Lily finds herself smack in the middle of the Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli rivalry after her brother invites her to well-off party where she’ll need a piece that’s in style and not from the drab wardrobe she brought with her. She decides on a Schiaparelli dress and this one decision sets her into a flurry of drama. I know very little about major fashion trends and styles, especially from that time period, but this book was fascinating and really gave you an in depth look into the historic rivalry between these two iconic designers. Everyone knows about Coco, but it was nice to learn some things about Elsa as well. This book wasn’t just a fashion drama novel though. It’s set in Paris before WWII breaks out and it surprised me when this element came into play and hooked my attention completely by the time I hit the halfway point. If you’re looking for a historical fiction novel that’s very different from what’s out there right now, I’d highly recommend this one! It doesn’t matter if you’re a fashion guru or not. . . What are you guys up to this beautiful Sunday? I’m curled up reading while hubby has golf on (which I’m also tuning in to) and then we have dinner at my in-laws this evening. A nice relaxing day for sure! . . . . . #bookreview#bookphotography#goodreads#alwaysreading#bookreviewer#booksbooksbooks#bookrating#cocochanel#elsaschiaparelli
"The only thing we have to fear is...fear itself — nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror." - Roosevelt. x #gifted My book review of The Fearing Book 2: Water & Wind by @johnf.d.taff is live on my blog now (link in bio). This was so good, I couldn't put it down & read it all in one sitting! Thank you to the author & @greymatterpress for sending me a copy! What was the last book you read in one sitting?
Kingdom of Copper picks up where City of Brass left off, providing more exquisite world building, character development that goes deep with a huge payoff at the end, and ratcheting up tensions from the first book to crescendo with a surprising, breathless, insane BANG! The plot twist at the end completely floored me and has me waiting impatiently until the third book comes out. . . One of the themes that captivated me in Kingdom of Copper is how violence, hatred, and revenge are passed down from generation to generation. The book revolves around the “Generations” festival, a celebration from being freed from the Jinn curse many centuries ago. But as the book evolves, we see what else has passed down from parents to children: intolerance of the mixed-bloods, distrust and infighting between tribes, and a deadly violence that threatens to erupt and topple not just the city, but the entire Jinn world. . . On a micro-level, this struggle is fought between Nahri and her people’s legacy, culminating with the final showdown between Nahri and her mother; Ali and his visions for justice versus his family, King Ghassan and Muntadhir; and of course, Dara who is pulled out of paradise with his family to struggle once again with whether his cause is just or not, and how to protect his new family of warriors. . . Bonds to family, blood debts (between Dara and the Marid but also between Nahri and Ali), and revenge are the driving forces behind the narrative, with Nahri and Ali desperately trying to bring hope and peace to a world caving in under the pressures of generations’ worth of violence. . . I did this as an audiobook, and finished all 25 hours in less than 2 weeks. Again, one of the best series I have read in recent memory, and I highly recommend it!!! . . Have you read this INSANE series from #chakraborty? Let us know in the comments what you thought of #thecityofbrass and #thekingdomofcopper! . . #book#bookstagram#bookshelf#bookclub#bookshelves#bookish
🎮🌈🎮🌈🎮 WARCROSS by Marie Lu ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 🎮🌈🎮🌈🎮 Emika Chen is a teenage hacker catching illegal players in the world wide phenomenal virtual reality game Warcross. One risky move sees her hacking into the opening game of the Warcross Championships, turning her into an overnight sensation, and flinging her into an under cover mission set to her by the elusive billionaire and Warcross creator Hideo Tanaka. 🎮🌈🎮🌈🎮 Wow! This book - I loved it! I buddy read it along with @alittlebookbird and we both agreed the first 200 pages where good but the last 100 were great! It was full of suspense and mystery and a wee touch of romance. We loved the virtual reality world so beautifully detailed in this book, and the vast possibilities of what can be done with technology. I loved Emika’s character, who hasn’t had it easy but carries so much strength and independence and smarts. I was truly routing for her throughout the whole book. I also really enjoyed the mystery element in this book, trying to discover what was going on behind the scenes and so I just couldn’t put it down in the end! I can’t wait to get the next instalment of this series very soon when myself and Emma meet for the first time next wkd 🥳 Also I had to add in the extra pics of Lola (swipe right) - she was sitting so well - just not in the book shot 😝 🎮🌈🎮🌈🎮 #warcross#marielu#bookstagram#buddyreads#bookstagrammeetups#friendsthatreadtogether#augustnookathon#lolabea#beaglesofinstagram#bookbuddy#virtualreality#youngadult#bookreview#bookrecommendations#5starreviews#acrossthepages#rainbow#colourfulcovers #pscontrollerclosestthingihadtovr #beautifulbooksleeves @paperandword
BOOK REVIEW!!! On the Marsh: Simon Barnes When writer Simon Barnes heard a Cetti's warbler sing out as he turned up to look at a house for sale, he knew immediately that he had found his new home. As a family they managed , they began to manage it as a conservation area, working with the Wildlife Trust to ensure it became as appealing as possible to all species. For their son Eddie, who has Down's syndrome, it became a place of clam. This book is a delightful read, exploring topics such as conservation, marriage and difficulties that accompany raising a child with Down's Syndrome, all within the beauty that is the Norfolk Broads. As the pages turn, the book is alive with a plethora of birds. Written with lyricism and realism, On the Marsh is the perfect holiday read ! In the garden, on a park bench or even on a hire boat on the Norfolk Broads, We would recommed this book !!! 📖📖📖/5 #novel#novelescapes#library#escaperoom#reading#lovetoread#onthemarsh#simonbarnes#norfolk#norfolkbroads#bookblogger#bookrecommendations#bookreview#bookclub#instagrambookclub#nature#naturereserve#conservation
This week's #bookreview: The Lights of Pointe-Noire by @mabanckou who goes back to his hometown in the Congo after 23 years. A wonderful mix of legends, vivid childhood memories and the changes he sees. Full review on talking-about-books.com #bookrecommendations#bookstagram
Kakva je ovo uzbudljiva, a u isto vreme i potresna avantura bila! Rafael, Gardo i Pacov su dečaci sa đubrišta. Kao i ogroman broj drugih ljudi oni žive, rade i odrastaju na ogromnoj deponiji. Za život zarađuju tako što sakupljaju i prodaju sekundarne sirovine. A to znači preturanje po tuđem đubretu po ceo bogovetni dan. Kao da situacija nije dovoljno tužna i ružna pored svakakvih gluposti oni na svakom koraku nailaze na stup - ljudski izmet uvijen u papir, jer ljudi su toliko siromašni da nemaju toalet već vrše nuždu na papiru koji zatim bacaju u smeće. Oni dišu i jedu pored toga svakog dana. Međutim, životi će im se vrtoglavo promeniti kada jednog dana iz kamiona ispadne misteriozna torbica sa hiljadu pezosa, ličnom kartom i nekakvom šifrom 😱 Šta se dalje dešavalo i kuda je put odveo ova tri predivna dečaka neću otkrivati, ali verujte mi da iako piše 12+ ovo je jedan sjajan, unikatan triler sa divnim likovima, ludačkim zapletom i još boljim raspletom. Aplauz za Endija i hrabrost da se bavi ovakvom temom 👏 📚 #trash#andymulligan#booksofinstagram#bookrecommendations#knjiga#knjige#coffeeloversclub
You might remember my husband got me “a date with a book” a while back and I was so excited when I realized which book it was. I haven’t gotten round to reading it yet. I can imagine it’s a beautiful book to cozy up with fluffy blankets when the fall weather hits! I’m a mood reader so the seasons are always a big factor when I decide which books to read. I’ve only heard great things about the The Night Circus. The poetic and descriptive language is breathtaking ❤️ have you read it?
Elizabeth Day~ How to Fail • ⭐️⭐️🌟⭐️⭐️ • I loved this book and am going to attempt to explain why without too much hyperbole! Searingly frank and vulnerable, Day explores a series of ‘failures’, both from her own life and drawing upon the experiences of those she has interviewed for her great podcast of the same name. I found the chapters on friendships, relationships and family particularly affecting, in part due to the sense of shared experience (although I am younger than Day). I found myself feeling heard and comforted by the way in which Day frames these failures not as failures but as experiences to be learnt from. At the end of the book, she states that she doesn’t have all the answers but if in some small way we have recognised ourselves in the book and felt less alone, she would be happy. I think Day should be thrilled as she did just that. ❤️
Greetings from Edinburgh! I escaped to Scotland for a late summer holiday, and I took with me a very fitting book, which I got as a birthday present. I probably won't get a lot of reading done, but maybe I find some small vintage bookstores 😉 #ahistoryofscotland#neiloliver
For my book club through @indyreadsbooks, I decided to take a walk through the amazing Garfield Park on an absolutely gorgeous day! I'm almost halfway through and cannot put this one down. Highly recommended so far for anyone trying to get a glimpse into a major issue in the US.